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    February 17

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DE MARKET VENDOR – Giving out yellow cards and red cards

14 July 2010

The World Cup done, but de Vendor still kicking, so today I am the referee and not like some of them from the past month, so time for discipline. Read More


It's more room for the pan patrons

14 July 2010

THE POPULAR Brandons Beach will be a sea of bodies and pulsating pan rhythms this Sunday. Read More


Bajans on the brink

14 July 2010

GROS ISLET – Barbados look set to capture first innings lead and could press for victory against the Leeward Islands Read More

Scrap old selection method!

14 July 2010

I WRITE this piece in anguish. I can’t understand why those persons responsible for Barbados cricket continue every year to use this archaic method called trials to selecting teams.  Read More

Clampdown on Brits in Anti-Crime Unit

14 July 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – Government intends to clamp down on the number of British nationals employed at the Special Anti-Crime Unit Read More


Roach promises '20-gun' salute

14 July 2010

KEMAR ROACH has issued a warning to opposing teams in the upcoming West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean Twenty20 Tournament. The Barbados fast bowler has promised that his team will be all fired up when they take to the field in Zone B alongside Guyana, Windward Islands,... Read More

Afghan soldier turns on British allies

14 July 2010

KABUL, Afghanistan – An Afghan soldier attacked his coalition allies with a rocket-propelled grenade and other weapons early yesterday, Read More

Crop-Over Read-In at Museum

14 July 2010

THE DIVERSITY of the Crop-Over Festival will again be showcased at the Crop-Over Read-In at the Barbados Museum on July 22 at 8 p.m. Read More


Slow but steady progress

14 July 2010

THE RUBBLE in Haiti is 20 times greater than that of the bombed World Trade Centre and it’s going to be a while before the impoverished Caribbean nation is rebuilt Read More


WADA defends Jamaica's testing

14 July 2010

LONDON – Jamaica’s 100 metres Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser has admitted taking a banned substance as a painkiller. David Howman, the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) director general, spoke out in defence of Jamaica’s drugs-testing regime after Fraser became... Read More

Geriatric Hospital gets all-clear

14 July 2010

THE Ministry of Health has given the all-clear from today for members of the public to visit their loved ones at the Geriatric Hospital on Beckles Road, St Michael. Read More

Clarke left out

14 July 2010

EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD Jeneice Clarke has been surprisingly omitted from the 12-member team which will represent Barbados at the Americas Federation of Netball Association Read More

Lawyers in CLICO probe 'not axed'

14 July 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – Attorney General Anand Ramlogan said there was need to streamline the investigative efforts in the Clico probe Read More

Get moving, Bajans told

14 July 2010

The Diabetes Association of Barbados (DAB) has told people who spend long hours driving, watching TV or using the computer to add exercise and some "greens" to their routine. Read More


Tearful goodbye

14 July 2010

Family, friends and residents of the Breedy Land community cried openly yesterday as they said their final goodbyes to Kevio Rivaldo Morris Read More

BP puts new cap to test

14 July 2010

NEW ORLEANS – With a tight new cap freshly installed on its leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico, BP planned gradual tests starting yesterday Read More


WEDNESDAY WOMAN – St Pierre puts customer first

14 July 2010

KATRINA ST PIERRE is a poster girl for good manners. This Shell Bank Hall gas attendant believes that no matter what your career is or how much money you have, Read More

EDITORIAL – Consumerism can help economy

14 July 2010

BARBADOS BOASTS OF ITS HIGH LITERACY, of its high standard of education, and that its shift and impetus are away from sugar Read More

Lacking alone time with boyfriend

14 July 2010

Dear Christine, I’ll try to be brief and come to the point of my problem right away. It has to do with my boyfriend who has a friend who also has a girlfriend. We never go out alone. The other couple must always be with us. Christine, I do like them, but what upsets... Read More


St Leonard's on the front foot

14 July 2010

ZONE ‘C’ leaders Garrison are in danger of conceding first innings lead to St Leonard’s in their penultimate round LIME Under-15 cricket match. Read More


Gloomy outlook

14 July 2010

Central Bank Governor Dr Delisle Worrell says the outlook for Barbados’ economy is uncertain. Read More


With more public servants set to go home next month, do you think that the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation programme (BERT) is working?